; Miss Ida Covert who is teaching in Traverse City is home for the week. Mrs. Carrie Cross who has been taking care of her mother the most of the winter was called home this week by sickness. Mrs. M. E. Freeman is spending the week in Romulus. Mrs. Joe Tuttle has been very sick. There will be a hat trimmers social at the hall, Friday night. A prize will be given for the prettiest trimmed hat and one for the most grotesque. The state conyention for the King's daughters will meet in Detroit, April 19, 20 and 21. The delegates from this circle are Emma Tuttle and Mary Ruthruff. The Misses Nettie and Florence Crittenden attended the literary and sack social at the Redner school house at Stony Creek, last Friday evening. They netted $6.44 for school library which makes over $12 in the two entertainments this year for library purposes. Frank McCrady and Rebecca Johnson were married last Wednesday at the residence of his brothers. Wheat, oíd meadows and bees are coming out in very pooi' condition this spring. Mrs. Albert Day who was on the electric car at the time it jumped the track near Dearborn recently, and was very severely injured on one of her limbs,is suffering a great deal aside from being badly bruised. lt was thought at last accounts that the bone was fractured. An effort is being made through the auspices of the Epworth Ueague to bring to this neighborhood sections of the state traveling library. Five dollars is requested to pay for transportatlon for one year. Fifty books will be sent for three months when these will be exchanged for the same number making a total of 200 books a year which will be for the use of the public. Half the süm has been subscribed. Small contributions are solicited from any one living in adjacent neighborhoods and cïh be handed in to Mr. Yeckley or any Epworth League I ber.